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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4765: Choose the right tense
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    Choose the right tense


    Write the verbs in brackets in the correct form :





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    1. Recently, the Moroccan government (base) its economy policy on tourism.

    2. Morocco (expect) to receive 10.000.000 tourists in 2010.

    3. The government (try) to build the appropriate infrastructure to receive them.

    4. Right now, they (build) new highways.

    5. In a few years, Tangier (have) the biggest harbour in Africa.

    6. Work on the harbour (already/start).

    7. Within 10 years, the harbour (provide) many job opportunities.

    8. Every summer millions of people (cross) the straight of Gibraltar.

    9. Building a tunnel or a bridge between Spain and Morocco (have) positive effects on the Moroccan economy.

    10. This is a project that the two countries (start) working on many years ago.









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